Dancers Workshop

Our website is geared towards young dancers who are looking to improve their skills through the use of online dance videos. We understand that practicing on your own can be challenging, but with the right tools and mindset, you can take your dance skills to the next level.

Pas De Bourree


This is a step by step instruction of how to do a pas de bourree. After watching this video many times and practicing the skill you will be a master.



Pirouettes can be a pretty simple task, with enough time and energy you will be spinning just like the carousel. Watching this video will help you catch on fast.



When it comes to fouettes, focus should be the first thing that comes to mind. Spotting should too. Fouettes are a skill that is right in between. Practice will make it so you are the best dancer on the stage.



Leaps really aren’t that difficult, the key is flexibility. They really won’t be that difficult unless you don’t stretch. There are videos for 

Neck Roll


Neck rolls are for dancers with a little more experience than others. You need to have neck and shoulder strength to be able to do a neck roll. More advanced dancers have more practice experience. Practice is key.

La Seconde Turns and Floats


A la seconde turn is just a more advanced version of a fouette. La seconde turns are definitely a more difficult skill. This video will be very helpful as long as you watch it multiple times and practice.  

Dancers can never get enough practice. You might not be able to touch your toes today, but with enough time and energy, you might just be able to reach for the stars… or at least the ceiling.

Choose the Right Videos

There are many dance videos available online, but not all of them will be suitable for your skill level. Take the time to search for videos that match your level of experience and focus on the style of dance you want to improve in.


Set Goals

Before you start practicing, set achievable goals for yourself. This will help you to stay focused and motivated throughout your practice sessions. Start with small goals and work your way up to more challenging ones as you progress.


Create a Schedule

It’s important to make time for practicing dance. Set aside a specific time each day or week to watch and practice the videos. Consistency is key when it comes to improving your dance skills.

Watch the video first

Before you start practicing, watch the video all the way through. This will help you to get a sense of the choreography and the overall style of the dance. Pay attention to any moves that you find challenging or need to work on.


Break It Down

Break down the dance into smaller sections. Practice each section until you feel comfortable with the moves before moving on to the next one. Once you have mastered all of the sections, put them together to create the full dance.


Use A Mirror

Practice in front of a mirror to help you to see your movements and correct any mistakes. This will also help you to develop your technique and improve your posture.

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I want to say a special thank to Josh Hughes and Nick Eastman for helping me make this whole thing happen.